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TimHeaney's avatar


Saccharine perhaps - terrible, inert and plodding definitely not. Melodramatic but in a positive sense. I quickly grew to care about these people and found this tearjerker far suprior to its modern equivelents.
10 years 11 months ago
Timbo's avatar


This is a beautiful film. It's one of my favorites!
10 years 4 months ago
inhonoredglory's avatar


What a beautiful film celebrating beautiful people, beautiful on the inside, of course - their strength of character and sense of family and duty. A meaningful film that aims at your heart and wins over your soul.
9 years 7 months ago
My name long game's avatar

My name long game

What a movie... i think we can't find any families like these in this time
9 years 11 months ago
Ebbywebby's avatar


So. Much. Singing.
8 months 3 weeks ago
nbats's avatar


1 year ago
maruf_ur's avatar


@Zuma I didn’t like the anti-education message either but the message couldn’t ruin the movie at all. As a movie it was great.
6 years 9 months ago
Zuma's avatar


Wonderful cinematography ruined by the anti-education message and close-minded "values".
8 years 1 month ago
Gershwin's avatar


I'm afraid I agree with filmcave. This movie is way too melodramatic. It's also disgustingly moralistic, with its very conservative view on social issues.
9 years 7 months ago
filmcave's avatar


This is frankly, terrible. Saccharine, cloying, inert and plodding. It's what people who refuse to watch "old movies" fear that they are. A dreadful, painful watch. The sets are brilliant and the direction sound, but this is a worthless film.
11 years ago
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